The Himalayan snow-melt feeds Nepal’s rivers with a generosity to make them forces to be reckoned with! Beginning in the glacier fields above 5,000m, ending in the far off tropical waters of the Indian Ocean, these watery serpents navigate their way through the sometimes rugged sometimes serene wilderness country of Nepal’s middle hills. It is here that they become juggernauts – growing in volume and speed, thundering over unseen boulders, winding and foaming through narrow labyrinthine canyons�. then calming their growl to rest and flow deep and slow, until the next bend brings on another rush of bad temper. Nepal is now one of the world’s premier white-water destinations – rivers with wide sandy beaches for camping, fantastic scenery, a wide diversity of wildlife, and of course, world class rapids. Besides the Royal Bengal Tiger and the Great Indian One-horned Rhinoceros, the park is also famous for the Gaur and the Leopard. Every afternoon, buffalo valves are staked out at three regular spots, overloaded by a blind or hide out about 60 yards from the bait. Guests and visitors are taken to the palace to try and watch the tiger in the kill.
The Trisuli, river of the Trident and of Shiva is the best introduction to wonderful rafting (you can take a trip for) one to three days on the way to Chitwan National Park or to Pokhara, The Sunkosi, River of Gold is for the true white water enthusiast lasting 10 days, The Tamakosi, River of Copper. The beautiful River, Kaligandaki for 5 and 8 days is one of the best white water rafting in Nepal. The Arun, The Marshyangdi, the Seti for a perfect family expedition for two to three days , the Bheri, and the Karnali, fast flowing and deep, sparkling clean water, strong rapids, untouched and unspoiled river for 10 & 15 days, Tumbling downwards from the mountains, all having their sources in the glaciers draining the slopes of one or other of the great peaks, these mighty and powerful rivers cut through the Nepali countryside, swift and turbulent sometimes, placid and calm at others, providing an exhilarating means of viewing and ever-changing scenery. Please write us for Particular River of your interest.